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YOUNG AMERICA s.Ai,oo:iKr, iQOKXER METERS AND MESILLA STREETS, TUCSON. Tins FINE PLACE OF REST, RE frcshmcnt and recreation, is iu a cen Iral location, and new and roomy building. Jnlj the choicest UQTJORS, WINES AND DRINKS Kept at the Bar, And the Best Flavored and Quality of Cigars always on band. This Saloon is kept in all respect in FIRST CLASS STTLE, And the public may count on good treat ment at the YOUNG AMERICA SALOON. jyl5-tf C. O. BROWN, Dealer in Imported WHES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS CONGRESS HALL, Tccsox, A. T. ltf FOSTER'S SALOON, ALAIN STREET, (Qpp. Lord & Williams,) DRINKS, PLAIN, Fanct OR a . Ornamental, SMOKING Best of Cigars, or you can go on the cheap native plan, and roll 'cm yourself while the music plays. COME IN Plenty of room, seats, etc. i ou know how it is yourself." ltf TUCSON Hotel and Restaurant. -jj SLEEPING EOOMS, and ftWMr the Largest and most comforta ble Dining Room in the city. . MEALS AT ALL HOUES ! First Class Board at Moderate Rates A ccommodation for Horsns and Tmttic jljL Also teams ready to do jobbing iu the ny anu vicinity. 2tf JOSFPH NEUGrASS, Shaving Saloon! near the custom-house. w ORK IN THE BEST STYLES AT reasonable rates, such as ishaving, Shampooing, Hair Cutting, ltf SAM'L BOSTICK. Union Restaurant. MESILLA STREET, TUCSON. PREPARED TO SERVE MEALS AT all hours, as ordered. ' Board, per week 10 single jueais Fifty Cents Patronage respectfully solicited. JOHN WILLIAMS and . de23-3m BARNEY D UBLIN. Hew Goods and Low Prices H. Lesinsky & Co.'s Cor. Main and Congress streets, TUCSON, A. T. Dealers in General Merchandise and XrfKlles IFancy Goods and. FAMILY SUPPLIES. Please examine our Stock and Prices - au5-tf ' HOGS FOR SALE. COMPANY K, 21st INFANTRY, located ' At Camp Crittenden, Has a lot of fine Logs and other live prop erty, and so lorth, for sale. Amon- the bogs, is a very valuable Boar. The regiment being ordered from the Territory, requires that the property of the company shall be sold. Bargains may be had by applying soon. Lieutenant Wm. F. Spurgcon, in com mand of the company, may be addressed for particulars. de50-tf C IRCULATING LIBRARY AT J. S. MANSFELD'S no4-tf Pioneer News Depot. b--Jinsk. THE CITIZEN. Tucson, Saturday, : : Feb. 10, 1872 LOCAL MATTI3KS. Hon. J. B. Allen has been in town few daj's this week. No mail from San Diego this morning. but the other California mail was received as usual. We are informed that the Colorado Steam Navigation Company has cstab lished freight rates, between San Francisco and Arizona City for merchants, at three and one-hall cents per pound weight not measurement. This we learn is a liberal reduction. From Mr. Fisher, of the Tucson Depot, we learn that Paymaster Morrow intended to leave Yuma for McDowell on the 1st in stant. and Captain Feury, A. Q. M., fo this place, on or about the i5d. II they did so, both are ahout aue in iucson. Troop D, Fifth Cavalry, under com mand of Lieutenants Babcock and Davis passed through town this week en route to their station at Camp Bowie. "We hear nothing but good reports of both olhccrs and men. NExt Wednesday is.St Valentine's Day and J. S. Mansfeld has a great variety of the comic missives for the occasion which will probablj' be bought up and distributed to the great delight or disgust ot the recip ients. Look in early before the choice ones are gone. Messrs. McDonald & Co., of San Diego, is a firm with whom it is a pleas urc and nrofit to deal. They deal in all kinds of merchandise, and forward goods promptly at the lowest prices, uoous even in small lots, have lately been for warded to this town at twelve cents per pound by that house. J. A. Singleton' lias opened up a boot shoe and harness shop as per his advertise ment. He has risked his life for a long time as a driver on the eastern mail line. aud has just abandoned it for the saferone of eiviner the public good work in leather. He deserves patronage, and we believe there will be plenty of it for him. TnE weather lias been too pleasant this week to suit the farmers. Occasionally clouds have appeared and gone without rain and the sun shines unobscured to-uay. A little snow still whitens the higher peaks within view. Reports from Prescott up to February 3, were discouraging, all be cause of but little snow or ram. Murderers of the Baker Family Unsuccessfully Pursued. This week there returned to Tucson the agents sent to Sonora by the Sheriff in pursuit of the murders of the Baker family at Blue-water on the Blst of December, rom mtorma tion received shortly after the murder by the Sheriff, a few citizens of this town made up a purse by subscription and two men left in pursuit. They followed the murderers to Magdelena where, on the morninir of the day on which the pursuers arrived, they had stolen two horses and left for Hermosillo. They were followed to Hermosillo, Ures, Las Bronces, Guada- loupe and to San Aavier, where it was found they had joined a company of sol diers being raised by Acosta for the pro tection oi the southern tronticr and had gone to Alamos. From this point the pur suers returned convinced ot the useiess ness of further pursuit, having traveled a circuit of nearly eUO miles. Justice to the authorities of Sonora makes it necessary to say they ottered all the facilities they could in assisting in the search, but as seen without success. There is a report in Tucson, said to come direct from Magdalena, that the expedition of Governor Pesqueira with 1,000 men into Sinaloa to assist that State in suppressing the revolu tion, has met with a disastrous reverse, It is said that the 400 troops which revolted at Guaymas and held that port for a few days, levying contribu tions in the time, were pardoned by Pesqueira, joined his forces, and when the critical hour arrived in Sinaloa, revolted with the artillery in their possession, and thus gave the revolu tionists a decided victory, and, as the report goes, sent Pesqueira homeward in a humbled and demoralized condi tion. If the report be true, there is little hope for any reliable rule in Mexico by her present population. TlTE party that left last Saturday for the mines to the southwest some 35 miles, returned early in the week and report the country full oi mineral. The activity of the Indians is a damper on work anywhere beyond considerable settlements. John T. Smith, of Tubac, was in town early this week, and upon asking him about Indians thereaway, ho replied that "sign" was plenty, and that soon af ter the full moon coming, he expected himself or some of his neighbors would be " taken in." Whatoxpecta- tions for a man to labor under ! and just to think that they are so liable to be realized any day ! Village Council Proceedings. Full Board aud Recorder met Jan uary 22. An account of 10 was allowed. It was ordered that the Mayor transmit another application for entry of the town site to the Land Begister, and ask that the former one be canceled the new application to be for sections 12 and 13, township 14 south, range 13 east ot (iila and Salt River Me ridian. Adjourned to regular meeting Feb ruary 5, when a full Board and Rec order were present. The Recorder presented copy of revised application for the town sito which was approved. S. W. Fore man submitted proposition to survey the site, which was placed on file, and a request made that Mr. Foreman sub mit a detailed proposal for the work. with approximate cost thereof, to bo considered next evening, to which time the Council adjourned, when said proposal was received and placed on file. It was then ordered that a notice for proposals to make the survey be published in The Citizen for four weeks, which the reader will find under the head of New Advertise' ments. It was then ordered that said notice be prepared and submitted to an adjourned meeting, next evening, for approval, which was Bone, and the Council adjourned to meet March 4, at o P. ar. Jurors for the March Court. On the 7th instant, the following Grand Jurors were legally drawn for the District Court to convene March 4th, ensuing. J. "W. Anderson, Refugio Pacheco John Montgomery, Estevan Ochoa, Thos. Hughes, J. H. Toole, Juan Ehas, M. McKenna, A. Rickman Solomon Warner, J as. A. Moore, Peter Forbach, Francisco Ruelas, Stephen Uichard, lhomas Urardner, D. C, Thompson, William Dempsey, A Howard, L. E. Brown, Wm. F. Scott, J. Schaublin, Alex. Gay, J. M. Elias, J7. S. .Leon. The Trial Jurors drawn at the same time, are as follows, and are to appear March 7. H. S. Stevens, J. Metsker, J. W, Davis, J. S. Vosburg, J. G. Hucke, U. 1. Etchell, W. W. Price, H. H, Holt, Ramon Romano, R. N. Leather- wood, D. A. Bennett, F. Maish, Thos Belknap, Freid, W. C. Davis, J. L. Stevenson, J. Sawyer, A. Linn H. B. Smith, J. S. Thayer, Joseph Neugass, JF. M. Hodges, Geo. loster, E. D. Wood. The Overland Monthly for Jan uary and February reached us last week the former being detained by the storm. We notice an improve ment in the two numbers on our table over those of the few last months of 1871. The mediocre illustrations and names of contributors are omitted and in our view should never be resumed. The art of illustration is so improved that any attempt to there by embellish and improvo in interest magazines, must bo of the first order or damage bo the consequence. While many men of experience and learning believe that the names of authors to their productions, enhance their in terest, doubtless more of such hold the contrary belief, aud we coincide with the latter. There is a lot of trash now put forth by Bret Harte and Joaquin Miller, which would and could not find an attentive reader of intelligence, were such trash not ad vertised as theirs. Anonymous writ ings pass oh their intrinsic merits ; others often get an unjust celebrity by the name of the writer who may per chance have on a few occasions de lighted or strikingly instructed a world of people. Advocates of the signature policy, will find more time frittered away on articles because of the name and popularity of the author, than in discovering the merit or demerit of anonymous productions. Tho Over land should be commended for the two improvements mentioned. Price 4 com per annum ; with THE UITI zeut, 8 50 in currency; also for salo at Mansfield's Pioneer News Depot, Tucson. List of Letters remaining one month in Post Oflice, Tucson, January 81. Mar cclina Abadi, 2; Oriz Juan Arozy, Conar iou Acura, Andre Bouteau, Carmiro Barto- lo, Charles E. Clark, John Curtis, Amogona Dabila, H. E. Dauiels, Mr. Franchiachcr, T. A. Grcenrusk, Antonio Jones, Henry Hathaway, Rosalilla Heredea, Juan Joque iros. Rita Duarte Luna. Seledonia Levba. Jesusita Miranda, Felix McCarthy, 5 ; Wil liam McGcarry, Amparo Moreno, Zila Ra. Nalbcs. Carle Fraugu, Joseph Pecott. Barnabc Palm, Eloya Pogue, Ramon Pa checo, J.Ramon Rodrigez, T. Green Rusk, Bartolo Srania, Charles Smith. TO THE PUBLIC. WE take this method of respettullXT" announcing to our friends and JL the citizens of Arizona in genera., that wehave just received, and are now open ing NEW AND COMPLETE STOCK From Eastern Markets, Consisting of DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, - HARDWARE, QUEENSWARE GLASSWARE, LIQUORS, BOOTS & SHOES, and PROVISIONS. Also a lull stock of LEATHER, HARNESS, SADDLES, BRIDLES, CHAINS, COLLARS WHIPS, CARRIAGE AXLES AND BOXING, Mule and Horse Shoes, And in fact everything required for Outfitting Freighters, OUR STOCK Having been selected with rrrcnt enrft liv mm nf the linn, and with snnnini rrff'rpnp( to this market, wc are confident that we can sen our goous as i . - - i CHEAP IF NOT CHEAPER than any other House in the Territor3 We are therefore certain that as to quality and adaptability to the wants of the com munity our stock is unsurpassed. For these reasons we respectlully solicit share of the public patronage, feeling assured that our goods and prices cannot ail to give entire satisfaction. TULLY, OCHOA & CO. Wm. B. Hooper & Co., WHOLESALE DEALEBS IN j GENERAL MERCHANDISE, I Arizona City, A. T., 2 AND General Commission Merchants, 304 California Street, P. O. Drawer, 990, San Francisco, Cal. Jas. M. Barney, Ehrenberg. John S. Carr, Arizona City. W. B. Hooper, San Francisco. Our facilities for purchasing and ar rangements lor selling are fully completed and we now ofTer to the trade a Full Stock of Merchandise in each department, com prising all articles enauircrl fnr nnH onio ble throughout the Territory. We sell at small advances for cash and are positive that it is to the benefit of every Interior Merchant to buy of us in stead of San Francisco or elsewhere Avoiding the Expenses and annoyances of a LONG and TEDIOUS JOURNEY AND THE Loss of at least Three Months Time NECESSARY TO receive their purchases, enabling them to increase theirprofits with the same or less Orders by letter receivn nnr naM tention, the same as thouerh the martin were themselves present. In a WOrfl TVP. nil llll X'fT.T.r. r. . 111 DnaPR nnnlifv ment of goods. J' """ n- Currency and Bullion received at latest can b r.inficfn nnnnt;nnn -u - .f r 'i"""o, w boiu ior ac count of owners, as may be desired. 8tt Tucson to Prescott AND SAN BERNARDINO, CAt. mTTE BrTf!irBnn?n --n JL the undersiirnfifl inr t)if TT?f r - - Juan icuyc rucson every Monday for CAMP GRANT, FLORENCE, PHENIX, and flWICKENBERG, ConneeMno-witii i.r ct ",4 1 P'X... that place to dlnorCalimTnir b Trovolnfc tn. i. - . . ... wo llJlb rouie can visit the Vulture and Bradshaw mines; also, all that rich mineral section in the vicinitv of Pres cott and Wickenberg, and will iind good accommodations at the stations, and much e , t 1 1UU1-U i" travel over to ban Bernardino and Los Angeles, Califor nia. JAMES GRANT,Proprictor Tucson, September 1. 1871. sc9-tf DEUG STORE. JJAVING LATELY RECEIVED A Frcsli Sxijily .'of Drugs, I am T)renn.rnfl in fill oil a i wt u uiu per sons in the city or surrounding country Physicians' Prescriptions Accurately and carefully compounded dav Store on Congress Street, Nearly opposite the Post Office Block. Tucson, Nov. fm iPine Lumberr THE SANTA RITA SAW -MILL CO. are nownrnnmvwi in f,..,;c.i, n i.-s j L 1'" luiuiiiwuujinmuaui Imjntev nnfi .'-ill Itio-i,. at the Lowest Prices and of the Very Best Quality ever offered in this market. please leave their orders at the store of J-'- "-i ""u mcy win oe promptly filled. 5tf BABBIT METAL. M-PWI?rT.S',orany Pson wanting Babbit Metal, can find ti, wf dtute in type-metal, of -which this office can spare about fifty pounds very cneap. ' BLANK. DECLARATORY STATE JLJ ments, for Pre-Emptors, forsaleattho Gtnzcn office. Sent by mail for cash.